The implementation of concrete, mosaic, and stone surfaces on the floor is very satisfactory in many applications and industrial conditions, but they are not very responsive in places where chemical resistance, surface integrity, hygiene requirements, and impact or wear resistance are needed! In such cases, industrial flooring systems and resin can be used. These industrial floorings are designed based on the synthetic resin system in which the flooring is cured through a chemical reaction.
After the curing reaction, industrial epoxy turns into a strong polymer, and hard polymer industrial flooring is created. After baking, this flooring becomes a part of the structure. Industrial floors are used in various places such as production halls, clean rooms, chemical and pharmaceutical warehouses, hospitals, parking lots, etc.
Choosing the right type and system of resistant industrial resin flooring depends on the industry in which the flooring is used, the work environment, the traffic on the surface, the temperature range of use, and the type of work. As a result, choosing the right industrial flooring requires a correct understanding of the user environment and the conditions of its use.
The main questions that must be answered for this purpose are:
|Does this industry need industrial epoxy flooring with high abrasion resistance?
|What kind of chemical resistance is required for industrial flooring?
|Is it necessary for the flooring to be hygienic for this use?
|Does the discharge of static electric charge damage existing equipment and is there a need for industrial flooring with the ability to conduct electric charge?
|What are the following conditions suitable for installing resin industrial flooring?
while the high resistance of industrial epoxy will minimize the fragility of the flooring and increase its durability and lifespan, the cost of maintaining, repairing, or renovating it will be greatly reduced. In addition, the other advantages of these floors, including (antibacterial, anti-slip, static electricity dissipation, and in addition to the beauty and variety of designs and colors) have made this type of flooring the best choice for industries and the best choice for warehouses and factories. , industrial sheds, and… with heavy traffic.
Industrial epoxy flooring is implemented seamlessly and seamlessly, it is easy to clean and maintain, and it will be the best choice as a flooring for food, pharmaceutical, etc. industries.
Application of Industrial Epoxy Flooring:
According to the characteristics of resin industrial flooring, it is very common to use them in various industrial sectors, and among the industries in which they are usually used are:
- Food and beverage industry
- Pharmaceutical and health industries
- Manufacturing industries
- Office and commercial places
- Multi-storey and residential parking lots
Types of industrial flooring
Types of industrial epoxy flooring are divided based on: the type of resin used in it, usage, thickness, and final finish.
Classification of flooring based on the industrial flooring resin used in it:
Classification of types of industrial flooring based on usage and special features:
Industrial antistatic epoxy flooring;
Antistatic industrial flooring, in addition to high resistance, has the ability to prevent the discharge of electrostatic charge or sparks and is the best option for use in industrial places where sensitive equipment is used, including electronic industries (such as electrical and server rooms) ) or the chemical industry sector.
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Industrial anti-acid flooring;
Every industrial user needs acid-proof flooring according to the type of chemicals, acids, and their activity. A high-quality acid-resistant resin floor must withstand long-term exposure to high-concentration chemicals, very low-pH materials, and strongly acidic materials such as 98% sulfuric acid.
Get more information about acid-proof industrial flooring: Anti-acid flooring
Industrial anti-slip flooring;
Anti-slip or slip-resistant epoxy floors are floors that reduce the possibility of people or objects slipping by having small unevenness on their surface and creating positive tension. Some industries should pay attention to the slip resistance of the flooring when choosing floor coverings.
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Flooring of the production hall of industrial factories;
Concrete is used in the flooring of many industrial factories around the world. Unfortunately, in many cases, at the time of construction, the design and construction of factory floors are not paid enough attention based on the type of final use, and as a result, the floor suffers from various problems during operation. Among these problems are concrete failure, cracking, unevenness of the surface, and the creation of a lot of dust in the environment due to surface wear, which limits the use of the environment.
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Basa Polymer company has tried to solve these problems by providing integrated polymer industrial flooring resin systems for various applications. These systems are installed in different layers (according to the type of use) and the possibility of installation on concrete, stone, mosaic, and ceramic surfaces is one of the other features of these floorings.
Among the advantages of using the floor of the production hall of factories:
• High wear resistance
• Durability and high usability
• Ability to seal the surface and not create dust
• Color Variety
• Easy maintenance and cleaning
• Low maintenance costs and economical
• Quick and easy installation
• Integrity and lack of seams
Advantages of industrial resin-resistant flooring
In general, the advantages of using industrial resin flooring can be summarized as follows:
- High chemical resistance against a wide range of corrosive chemicals
- Impermeable to liquids
- Increasing toughness, durability, elasticity, and resistance to wear and impact
- No dust in the environment
- Clean and easy-to-clean surfaces
- Higher resistance to cracking
- Lower executive thicknesses, lightening of the structure
- Fast installation and curing and minimal interference with daily operations at the installation site
- A more beautiful appearance and the possibility of creating decorative final finishes
- Seamless and no seams